posted on Jul, 7 2008 @ 01:58 PM
Here are mostly new nonfiction titles with an ATS spin to them:
A nuclear family vacation: travels in the world of atomic weaponry (Hardcover, June 2008). By Sharon Weinberger and Nathan Hodge. The authors were
recently interviewed about this book on C-span. Good interview.
My Guantanomo diary: the detainees and the stories they told me (Hardcover, June 2008). By Mahvish Khan. The author is a law student who worked with
some of the detainees.
Top secret tourism: Your travel guide to germ warfare laboratories, clandestine aircraft bases and other places in the United States you're not
supposed to know about. (Paperback, 2007) By Harry Helms.
The Unthinkable: Who Survives When Disaster Strikes, and Why (Hardcover, June 2008). By Amanda Ripley. Why did New Orleans struggle to survive
post-Katrina, yet Morgan Stanley saved its World Trade Center employees on 9-11? Why are some people immobilized by disaster while others know
clearly how to respond? Ripley, a journalist, interviews many experts as well as disaster survivors and concludes that knowing how you will actually
react under intense stress may be your key to survival in a major disaster.
[edit on 7/7/2008 by Uphill]